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October 06, 2014 11:12 AM

F1 » What we learned at the Japanese Grand Prix

What I learned from Suzuka was: I believe that Hamilton will win the championship (I would prefer to see Rosberg) as he just seems to have the momentum on his side now, if it was a dry race then it could have been a different story but I believe it's Hamiltons championship now. Also if there is a driver that should be replaced it shouldn't be Jenson Button he drove the wheels off that car and was unlucky to miss out on the podium and I believe that if Bianchis crash didn't happen (which I wish it didn't because of his condition) that if the race was run to the end that Button would have won the race as he was the only person in the top 5 on wets, he is still a sharp and brilliant driver and he could do great things in a good car. Lastly if a smaller teams leaves (Caterham) as they appear to be struggling then that leaves two cars to be filled in maybe the possibility of two teams running three cars isn't out of possibly, let's say a Mercedes and Ferrari and naybe we'll see Alonso pa


October 07, 2014 4:02 PM
Last Edited 228 days ago

F1 » Bianchi injuries confirmed, condition remains critical

This is terrible news, looked up diffuse axonal injury and 90% of people that suffer from it don't wake up but Jules Bianchi is a fighter and we all hope that this is the fight he can conquer. He is a true talent that we'll miss watching on track no matter what the outcome is but now life will be his greatest victory and we're all fighting with him. EDIT by CRASH.NET! Please restrict other comments to appropriate thread

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